Dalhousie University is located on Canada's East coast and is a leading research-intensive university. Through teaching and learning, research, and service, we drive the region’s intellectual, social and economic development and make a lasting impact on our world. With over 200 years of achievement, our legacy lives in our people and the impact we make — in developing ideas, knowledge and talent to build a better country and a better world. We also know the opportunities and challenges we face are too large for any one university, one sector or even one country to tackle alone. That’s why our successes are built on partnerships — bringing together the best in our region with the very best in the world, right here in Nova Scotia. Located in the heart of Halifax, with an Agricultural Campus in Truro/Bible Hill, Dalhousie is a truly national and international university, with more than half of our 19,000-plus students coming from outside of the province. Our 6,000 faculty and staff foster a diverse, purpose-driven community, one that spans 13 faculties and conducts more than $181 million in research each year. As we enter of our third century, we are more relevant, more connected and more vibrant than ever. And our best is still to come.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Humber College and Dalhousie University have collaborated on the development of an academic pathway in which graduates of Humber's Landscape Technician Diploma program may enter into Dalhousie's Bachelor of Technology in Landscape Architecture with advanced standing. Humber graduates must possess a minimum Grade Point Average of 70% (B-). Generally, students enrolled in this pathway will require 5 semesters (2.5 years) to complete the degree.
Please Note: Admission to the academic programs listed is at the sole discretion of the partner post-secondary institution. Please contact the institution for detailed admission requirements.
For more information, contact: https://www.dal.ca/admissions/contactus.html
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